Barr: DOJ & FBI have found no evidence that would change election

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In an interview with the Associated Press, Attorney General William Barr says that neither the FBI or the Justice Department have found any evidence of widespread election fraud.

To date, we have not seen fraud on a scale that could have affected a different outcome in the election.

William Barr, AP

It’s been three weeks since Barr authorized the DOJ to investigate claims of election interference and voter fraud.

Later in the day, Barr is stuck in White House meetings with Mark Meadows and Donald Trump. The Meadows meeting was planned, but Trump demands to interrogate Barr himself after seeing the news. Not much is known about their meeting except that officials describe it as “intense.”


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